As part of the critical race theory teachings sponsored by Pizza Hut and First Book, one South Carolina high school teacher was revealed telling students not to talk about the contents of her class outside of that class.
Shari Revels-Davis is a South Carolina teacher that works in what she calls an "alternative school." She said that her school focuses on children and teens that have been in the system, suspended, and expelled, and focuses on getting these students back on track rather than forcing them out into the streets.
The second semester is when Revels-Davis says she starts talking about things relevant to these students lives, usually around various social inequalities.
Revels-Davis said that first class she taught regarding social-justice, they set up ground rules, drawing from the book "Long Way Down" by Jayson Reynolds, which talks about the "three rules of the neighborhood" in the beginning of the book.
The rules outlined in Reynolds' book are no crying, no snitching, and get revenge.
She then goes on to set up the classroom’s own "three rules of the neighborhood," based on these three rules.
In the most eyebrow raising rule, the no snitching rule was changed into "what’s said in this class, stays in this class," insinuating that students cannot openly talk about the class' contents with other.
Parents and teachers across the country are fighting back against critical race theory teachings in the classroom, with many parents learning about its contents because their children are breaking the rule that Revels-Davis set forth in their classroom.